Super Eagles Technical Adviser Gerrot Rohr has stated that he is counting on Arsenal player Alex Iwobi to convert begging chances to goal when they face Chipolopolo of Zambia in Ndola.
Rohr who made the disclosure yesterday during the team’s last media chat before their departure to Ndola today maintained that though the Gunners youngster was playing under him for the first time after missing nations cup qualifier against, he has gradually integrated with his fellow senior national teammates.
According to the Franco-German tactician, “Our focus in Ndola is to Play good football and if possible win because I have the confidence that we can come back victorious.
“Everybody knows that Iwobi is a good player and I believe he will replicate what we have done during the training.”
Talking about the group including Algeria, Cameroon and Zambia which Super Eagles has pitched with, Rohr assured that he would remain focused on the game at hand before thinking of another.
Also speaking, captain Mikel Obi dismissed any form of psychological pressure but rather his teammates have decided to work together and successfully pick 2018 FIFA World Cup ticket.
“We as a team are always ready to give our best like we did at the Olympics and just I have always done in the past.
“Sometimes the players don’t need a lot of pressure. If we play to coaches’ instructions, we want have lot of problems,” he enthused